Film Review by

Jim Schembri

★★★★

Without notice, hard-working machine operator Leo (Mark Leonard Winter) finds himself abandoned.

Set in a small rural town in the early 1970s, Leo struggles with his new, soul-crushing routine of day-to-day living…

jimschembri.com

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Aaron Wilson on dislocated identity and what it means to be a man in ‘Little Tornadoes

Interview with Aaron Wilson
Stephen A Russell

The ‘Canopy’ director discusses working with author Christos Tsiolkas, the long shadow of war and the unreasonable expectations placed on Australian men…

sbs.com.au

SEP 2,  2021

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Eaglehawk’s Star Cinema to host premiere of Australia film Little Tornadoes

bendigoadvertiser.com.au

Aug 20,  2021

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Evocative Italo-Australian film ‘Little Tornadoes’ to premier at MIFF.

Featuring an Italo-Australian cast, Aaron Wilson’s Little Tornadoes distils the many upheavals of 1970s Australia – from immigration and post-war resettlement, to urbanisation, anti–Vietnam War protests and the women’s liberation movement – into a narrative about one man’s struggle to adapt.

Il Globo

August 2, 2021

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Aaron Wilson: Chasing Little Tornadoes

The local filmmaker’s second film in his PTSD trilogy – starring Mark Leonard Winter, Robert Menzies and Silvia Colloca, with a crucial script contribution from Chrisos Tsiolkas – will premiere at the Melbourne International Film Festival.

filmink

July 26, 2021

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More Australian films announced for MIFF.

Australian films are at the heart of this year’s program, with a record 11 Premiere Fund films already announced including Ablaze, Chef Antonio’s Recipes for Revolution, Hating Peter Tatchell, Little Tornadoes …

Cinema Australia

July 24, 2021

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